The Green party has outlined a range of pension and tax provisions in its election manifesto released today.
A campaign to divest the MPs' Pension Scheme from fossil fuel investments has gained the support of 200 MPs and former MPs across partisan lines.
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The Green Party has decisively voted Jonathan Bartley as co-leader alongside the party's only MP Caroline Lucas.
The industry wants a limit on the number of Independent Governance Committees (IGCs) firms can serve on, according to research from PP.
The Green party wants to halve the amount of tax relief given on pension contributions to fund a non-contributory ‘citizen's pension'.
The Green Party has pledged to bring the minimum wage up to the Living Wage with a target of making it £10 per hour by 2020.